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It takes a lot of water to make craft beer. In fact, the average water ratio used is seven barrels of water for each barrel of beer, according to the Brewer’s Association. So what happens to all of the leftover water after the brewing process is done? Water is a heavily used resource for breweries, Read More
Water is by far the most important component in beer. It is used in almost every step of the brewing process. However, many times it’s the one ingredient that is most often ignored by brewers. The composition of your water can drastically change the way your beer tastes and your brewing efficiency. Water can be Read More